Family thanks Rep. Ed Pastor in media stories for helping with release of their father Edi Garcia Armas.
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Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
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MIHS health fair
Rep. Pastor helps pass out backpacks at the Maricopa Integrated Health System's Fourth Annual Community Health Fair.
National Health Care Center Week
Rep. Pastor discusses services at the Wesley Health Center in Phoenix with Emma Viera, Fran Aragon and Dr. Kathleen Brite on Aug. 11, 2012.
Nursing education grant
U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor joined community leaders on June 14, 2012, to announce a nursing education grant from the Department of Labor.
Diane Yazzie Devine gives Chairwoman Nancy Sutley of the White House Council on Environmental Quality and Congressman Pastor a tour of Devine Legacy, a transit-oriented development in Phoenix.
U.S. Rep. Ed Pastor discusses the need to keep student loan interest rates from doubling during a student forum at ASU's Cronkite School.
Higher education advocates
Rep. Ed Pastor and Administration officials met with student representatives from Arizona's universities and colleges to discuss keeping education affordable.
Opposing AZ's SB 1070 law
Rep. Ed Pastor spoke about his objections to SB 1070 at a press conference in Washington announcing 68 members of Congress filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court.
Golden Gate Head Start
Congressman Ed Pastor greet children and teachers at the Golden Gate Head Start program on the first day of school.
Golden Gate Community Center
In August, Rep. Ed Pastor visited the Golden Gate Community Center and its Head Start Program and had a chance to meet with key staff.
Rep. Pastor meets constituent
Congressman Rep. Pastor recently met with constituent Abe Harris, III, to discuss federal issues.
Quilts for Wounded Warriors
Glendale Community Center seniors donated 30 quilts to wounded warriors.
Community Liaison Jose Rivas explains congressional services to constituents at a community event.
CHCI and Close Up Students
Students with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute and the Close-Up Foundation meet with Rep. Pastor.
Health Care Education
Rep. Pastor said health care will improve as a result of the affiliation of the Maricopa Integrated Health System and the U of A College of Medicine.
Mr. Savedra's Medals
Phoenix Veteran Raymond Savedra receives the military medals he earned in the Korean War from Army Col. Jack Ruffing.
Health care for children was discussed recently in a meeting with representatives from Phoenix Children's Hospital and Chiricahua Community Health Centers.
Congressman Ed Pastor discusses federal issues with community leaders at a recent event in Phoenix.
Congressman Ed Pastor discusses health care issues with surgical nurse Mary Harden at a Maricopa Integrated Health System event in Phoenix.
Congressman Ed Pastor recently recognized constituent Ramon Benavides, who at the age of 91 took the Oath of Allegiance and was sworn in as a new U.S. citizen at a
Congressman Ed Pastor and a Glendale Police officer discuss how a $940,000 federal grant, secured through Rep. Pastor's assistance, is aiding Glendale police with new technology to help fight crime.
Congressman Ed Pastor joined Labor Secretary Hilda Solis at a Phoenix labor event in February to discuss how the stimulus act is putting people back to work.
Housing issues discussion
Congressman Ed Pastor, Shaun Donovan, the U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and local stakeholders discuss housing stabilization efforts.
Workshop for small businesses
Rep. Pastor led a workshop for small businesses with Ruth F. Cox of GSA, Shivani Dubey of SBA and William P. Shaw of HUD.
Fighting juvenile diabetes
Congressman Ed Pastor recently met with a representative and an advocate family from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Congressman Pastor discusses the health care services for the district with Phoenix Children's Hospital Drs. John Nigro and Brigham Willis.
Food for the Hungry
Rep. Pastor discusses collaborative efforts by Food for the Hungry to fight global poverty with its COO Marty Martin at its Phoenix facility on Aug. 15, 2012.
Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS
Rep. Pastor recently met with Carol Poore, President/CEO of the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS and its employees to discuss the organization's work in the community.
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